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Daily 5

"I PICK"

I've read and re-read The Daily Five and I'm ready to "read to learn" and not just "learn to read". My favorite graphics site Lettering Delights is having a great sale, tons of packages for only 50 cents. I spent just a few dollars and am squealing in delight over the cuteness. So, of course I had to make something, and of course, I want to share. This "I Pick" poster is just one way to help children pick out books that are appropriate for them. Click here to download the Word version…

To teach text structure

Monday Made It (on Tuesday) + a Freebie - Create Teach Share

Every week this summer I have been over at 4th Grade Frolics checking out all of the Monday Made It projects that so many teacher bloggers have created. I so wanted to participate, but couldn’t quite find the time. I had purchased “pieces” for many of the projects I wanted to create, but didn’t get…

Thought Bubbles - Metacognition Manipulative:  This would be great to laminate and then kids could write on it before / during / after reading.

ateacherstreasure.com -  Resources and Information.

ateacherstreasure.com is your first and best source for all of the information you’re looking for. From general topics to more of what you would expect to find here, ateacherstreasure.com has it all. We hope you find what you are searching for!

Metacognition and Real Reading anchor chart.

Reading Salad

Last week during stamina reading, I noticed so many of my kids pretending to read. I have some great actors this year, and "fake reading" is...

{FREE} Non-Fiction Text Structure Reference!

{FREE} Non-Fiction Text Structure Reference!

Freebie Friday! Enjoy a FREE non-fiction text structure reference sheet for your classroom! Students can use this resource to identify features of various non-fiction texts while supporting their learning of content.Visit my store to download this freebie, or click on the picture below! (Click on the picture above for a direct link to the freebie!) Interested in collecting more resources for integrating non-fiction text structures? Check out my blog post here! It shares many lesson ideas and…

Reading Bulletin Board

charge into reading w/ large or small little student chargers"Read a Super Book" is a fun reading bulletin board idea that involves your students in writing about books that they thought were super.

Welcome to the 2011-2012 School Year!

Yippee! Today is the first day of school. I spent the past two weeks preparing the library for this special day. I hope my students find th...

Reading classroom!

My Classroom

So, I just realized that I never posted my classroom pictures. Yes, school started in August and it is now almost February...better late th...

text structure foldables!

Text Structure

We started working on text structure a little bit before the break - just problem/solution and main idea/details, to start to see the differences between fiction and nonfiction. I had some sentence frames prepared, and then on a whim, we started making some foldables out of construction paper. MY KIDS LOVED IT! (And what was great is that my newcomers were able to make their own foldables and completely participate in the lesson, which is unfortunately not always the case.) In fact, they…

READ

Hunger Games READ poster.

Order via the ALA website. What with the never-ending barrage of Hunger Games hype, I really, really, REALLY hope I don't get burned out before the movie is released.

Metacognition

More Anchor charts . . .

6 more days to go, and I'm trying my hardest to keep everything as normal as possible. We are currently working on synthesizing in our re...

Gobbling Up Colorful Tales! | Thanksgiving Themed Reading Bulletin Board

Gobbling Up Colorful Tales! - Thanksgiving Themed Reading Bulletin Board Idea

Photo Source: applestoapplique.blogspot.com We found this fabulous Thanksgiving and reading themed bulletin board over at Apples to Applique and figured, whether it comes a little late or not, we should share it because it's definitely a design to put in the inspiration folder for next year! Not only will it provide a colorful addition to your seasonal decorations, it's a great way to motivate your kiddos to read! Colorful Tales Starting with a feather-less turkey cutout, each time her…

Bulletin Board of Elementary Reading Celebration on Post-it-notes

Classroom Doors, Bulletin Boards Part 2

A collaborative blog by Pre K and Kindergarten specialists. Child growth and development, information, free printables.